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Resilience in business and management research: A review of influential publications and a research agenda
MK Linnenluecke
International journal of management reviews 19 (1), 4-30, 2017
16622017
Corporate sustainability and organizational culture
MK Linnenluecke, A Griffiths
Journal of World Business 45 (4), 357-366, 2010
15732010
Conducting systematic literature reviews and bibliometric analyses
MK Linnenluecke, M Marrone, AK Singh
Australian Journal of Management 45 (2), 175-194, 2020
10572020
Extreme weather events and the critical importance of anticipatory adaptation and organizational resilience in responding to impacts
MK Linnenluecke, A Griffiths, M Winn
Business Strategy and the Environment 21 (1), 17-32, 2012
4872012
Beyond adaptation: Resilience for business in light of climate change and weather extremes
M Linnenluecke, A Griffiths
Business & Society 49 (3), 477-511, 2010
4572010
Big data techniques in auditing research and practice: Current trends and future opportunities
A Gepp, MK Linnenluecke, TJ O’Neill, T Smith
Journal of Accounting Literature 40 (1), 102-115, 2018
4352018
Subcultures and sustainability practices: The impact on understanding corporate sustainability
MK Linnenluecke, SV Russell, A Griffiths
Business Strategy and the Environment 18 (7), 432-452, 2009
4182009
Impacts from climate change on organizations: a conceptual foundation
M Winn, M Kirchgeorg, A Griffiths, MK Linnenluecke, E Günther
Business Strategy and the Environment 20 (3), 157-173, 2011
3832011
COVID-19, societalization, and the future of business in society
S Brammer, L Branicki, MK Linnenluecke
Academy of Management Perspectives 34 (4), 493-507, 2020
3182020
Firms and sustainability: Mapping the intellectual origins and structure of the corporate sustainability field
MK Linnenluecke, A Griffiths
Global Environmental Change 23 (1), 382-391, 2013
2582013
Firm and industry adaptation to climate change: a review of climate adaptation studies in the business and management field
MK Linnenluecke, A Griffiths, MI Winn
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 4 (5), 397-416, 2013
2402013
Firm relocation as adaptive response to climate change and weather extremes
MK Linnenluecke, A Stathakis, A Griffiths
Global Environmental Change 21 (1), 123-133, 2011
1742011
Assessing organizational resilience to climate and weather extremes: complexities and methodological pathways
MK Linnenluecke, A Griffiths
Climatic Change 113 (3), 933-947, 2012
1672012
Community resilience to natural disasters: the role of disaster entrepreneurship
MK Linnenluecke, B McKnight
Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy …, 2017
1662017
How firm responses to natural disasters strengthen community resilience: A stakeholder-based perspective
B McKnight, MK Linnenluecke
Organization & Environment 29 (3), 290-307, 2016
1542016
The impact of investor attention during COVID-19 on investment in clean energy versus fossil fuel firms
D Wan, R Xue, M Linnenluecke, J Tian, Y Shan
Finance Research Letters 43, 101955, 2021
1352021
Environmental finance: A research agenda for interdisciplinary finance research
MK Linnenluecke, T Smith, B McKnight
Economic Modelling 59, 124-130, 2016
1342016
Barriers and motivators to the adoption of energy savings measures for small-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs): the case of the ClimateSmart Business Cluster program
C Meath, M Linnenluecke, A Griffiths
Journal of Cleaner Production 112, 3597-3604, 2016
1262016
Accounting, management and accountability in times of crisis: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic
G Leoni, A Lai, R Stacchezzini, I Steccolini, S Brammer, M Linnenluecke, ...
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 34 (6), 1305-1319, 2021
1242021
Research in finance: a review of influential publications and a research agenda
MK Linnenluecke, X Chen, X Ling, T Smith, Y Zhu
Pacific-Basin Finance Journal 43, 188-199, 2017
1182017
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